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I am running JSP on Tomcat, NT using a simple Access backend. Often, users will be told they have made a successfull insert into the database but the database was not updated. Any Ideas?
 
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Have all connections/resultsets been closed? Hanging connections/resultsets cause updates to be delayed in Access.
Regards,
Reuben.

Originally posted by kevin quinn:
I am running JSP on Tomcat, NT using a simple Access backend. Often, users will be told they have made a successfull insert into the database but the database was not updated. Any Ideas?


 
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I have heard of this happening from other people using access. You have to close the connection(can be time consuming to open/close connections after every SQL statement) OR do a meaningless select from the table you updated. For somereason when you do a query on the table you just updated, the changes mysteriously show up!
eg.
"insert into emp values (id,...)"
after this insert perform a select on emp- "select id from emp where id = 'somevalue'"
hope this helps,
Jamie
 
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Did they "commit" after "insert"?
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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